Haisla Nation Council is pleased with the provincial government's action on developing measures that will allow the LNG industry in British Columba to be competitive on global markets. This milestone on the path towards an [...]
Attention Haisla, We have worked with the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development to extend FREE USE PERMIT F00520 until December 31,2018. This allows members to access the cut block [...]
A recent blog post by BC Green Party leader Dr. Andrew Weaver criticized the LNG industry, and the government for promoting it. Building an LNG industry in Haisla territory has been a priority for Haisla [...]
There are a number of forms available to both secondary and post-secondary students applying for services and programs with Haisla Nation Council's Education & Employment office. For high school students with any questions, contact Kailee [...]
The Nakwelagila Wellness Counselling team of James, Miriam and Jennifer wish everyone a happy International Women's Day. On April 13 they will be hosting a Celebration of Women dinner at the Haisla Recreation Centre for [...]
Haisla Nation Council is committed to finding opportunities for post-secondary students to gain work experience in their field of interest. If you would like assistance finding a summer job, either with Haisla Nation Council or [...]
Be alert, Public Works' Andy Bolton heard the sounds of a cougar in the Wathl Creek Road area recently. Please be cautious in the area. If you hear or even see anything, you can contact [...]
A celebration dinner will be hosted at the Haisla Recreation Centre to mark the championship win for the Haisla Ladies at the All Native Basketball Tournament. Dinner takes place on February 25, at 5 pm.
Youth ages 12-18 and their parents or caregivers are welcome to a dinner at the Haisla Recreation Centre to learn about the Junior Canadian Rangers program. There will be door prizes as well for the [...]
The Kitamaat Village audit and investment meeting has now been scheduled for Wednesday, February 21, from 6 to 8 pm in the Haisla Nation Council administration building's large board room. For Haisla members only.